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Dicentra ‘White Gold’

Common name: Golden bleeding hearts

Trademark: PPAF

Introduced by: Terra Nova Nurseries, Canby, Oregon

  • Zones 4 to 8
  • Brilliant white, heart-shaped flowers and golden leaves; use as an accent, in mixed beds, in the woodland or shade garden
  • Arching clump; fast growth rate; foliage height
    24”; foliage spread 36”; flower height 30”
  • Shade to part shade; prefers moist, loamy soil; dry moderately between waterings
  • None indicated
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Heuchera ‘Champagne’

Common name: Coral bells

Trademark: PPAF

Introduced by: Terra Nova Nurseries, Canby, Oregon

  • Zones 4 to 9
  • Unusual and appealing foliage color changes from rosy peach to gold shades; short, dark burgundy stems boast light-peach colored flowers
  • Mounding; fast growth rate; foliage height 11”; foliage spread 14”; flower height 14”
  • Shade to part shade; moderately well-drained, organic soil types are best; dry moderately between watering
  • Heat and humidity tolerant
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Heuchera ‘Forever Purple’

Common name: Coral bells

Trademark: PPAF

Introduced by: Terra Nova Nurseries, Canby, Oregon

  • Zones 4 to 9
  • Ultra-purple, glossy leaves with fluted edges and great vigor; very short spikes of purple-pink flowers in summer and four seasons of purple
  • Mounding; moderate growth rate; foliage height 12”; foliage spread 22”; flower height 15”
  • Sun to shade; moderately well-drained, organic soil types are best; dry moderately between watering
  • Drought, heat and humidity tolerant
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Heuchera ‘Red Lightning’

Common name: Alum root

Trademark: PPAF

Introduced by: Terra Nova Nurseries, Canby, Oregon

  • Zones 4 to 9
  • Dark red veins over huge gold leaves hold color well throughout the season; works well in borders and mixed containers
  • Mounding; fast growth rate; foliage height 11”; foliage spread 18”; flower height 18”
  • Sun to part shade; moderately well-drained, organic soil types are best; dry moderately between watering
  • Heat and humidity tolerant
  • Liners

Heucherella ‘Autumn Cascade’

Common name: Trailing foamy bells

Trademark: PPAF

Introduced by: Terra Nova Nurseries, Canby, Oregon

  • Zones 4 to 9
  • Excellent vigor and reddish tan leaves; grows great in hanging baskets, mixed containers or even as a groundcover
  • Low trailer; fast growth rate; foliage height 4”; foliage spread 36”; flower height 14”
  • Shade to part shade; prefers well-drained, humus-rich soils; dry moderately between wat ering
  • None indicated
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Kniphofia ‘Banana Popsicle’

Common name: Dwarf red hot poker

Trademark: PPAF

Introduced by: Terra Nova Nurseries, Canby, Oregon

  • Zones 6 to 9
  • Forms numerous spikes of golden yellow flowers; has multiple crowns, narrow, grassy leaves and excellent vigor
  • Clumping; fast growth rate; foliage height 18”; foliage spread 18”; flower height 26”
  • Full sun; dry moderately between watering
  • None indicated
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Kniphofia ‘Poco Yellow’

Common name: Dwarf red hot poker

Trademark: PPAF

Introduced by: Terra Nova Nurseries, Canby, Oregon

  • Zones 6 to 9
  • Sulfur-yellow flowers are produced in profusion and appear all summer through fall; stout, grassy leaves hold the blooms strongly
  • Clumping; average growth rate; foliage height 20”; foliage spread 30”; flower height 24”
  • Full sun; average soil; dry moderately between watering
  • Deer resistant and drought tolerant
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Penstemon ‘Cha Cha Hot Pink’

Common name: Penstemon

Trademark: PPAF

Introduced by: Terra Nova Nurseries, Canby, Oregon

  • Zones 6 to 9
  • Showy with numerous spikes of hot pink flowers; bushy, compact habit and very long bloom time; loved by hummingbirds
  • Upright, bushy; fast growth rate; foliage height 20”; foliage spread 20”; flower height 20”
  • Full sun; average, well-drained soil; dry moderately between watering
  • Deer resistant
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Sedum ‘Dark Magic’

Common name: Dwarf stonecrop

Trademark: PPAF

Introduced by: Terra Nova Nurseries, Canby, Oregon

  • Zones 4 to 9
  • Huge inflorescences; glossy, purple-black leaves, dark pink flowers and multiple crowns; remarkably healthy and long-lived
  • Clumping, upright habit; fast growth rate; foliage height 12”; foliage spread 20”; flower height 15”
  • Full sun; very good drainage and mineral soil; dry moderately between watering
  • Deer resistant and drought tolerant
  • Liners

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